Viewing the Student Progress report in Imagine Math 3+

The Imagine Math 3+ Student Progress report provides Benchmark Test, usage, and lesson details for each student. You can begin referencing the Student Progress report as soon as your students complete the Benchmark 1 Test.

Administrators and Teachers can review Student Progress reports for any student assigned to them.

Student Progress reports update every 20 minutes.

To view the Student Progress report:

  1. Log in to Imagine Math
  2. In the Reports section of the left navigation pane, click Student Progress

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  3. Use the search box or scroll to find the student whose report you would like to view; then click on the name of the student to bring up the report.

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     Caution

    The top of the Student Progress report only displays data from the student's performance in your class(es). If you don't see data in the top section of this report, but you know that the student is using the program, it is likely because the student is working on a pathway in another class. Data from pathways that the student is working on in other classes does appear in the Lesson Activity portion of the report near the bottom of the page, but it does not show in the summary section at the top.

    Recommendations: If the student has multiple pathways in this class, try choosing a different pathway from the top right Pathway drop-down menu. If you are an Administrator, try looking for the student in another classroom.

  4. The Student Progress report includes five sections Math Time, Student Performance, Usage Since Last Benchmark Test, Benchmark Detail, and Lesson Activity.

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    You can filter reports by classroom, student, and pathway. Click Print to open a PDF of the Student Progress report that can be printed or saved. 

    Each section of the report is described below in order from left to right, top to bottom across your screen.

Math Time YTD

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Displays how much time a student has spent using Imagine Math YTD during school hours (7 a.m. to 4 p.m. local time on weekdays) and nights and weekends (all other hours). The year-to-date start time begins as soon as a student starts working in an Imagine Math lesson.  

 Note

Time spent working on Benchmarks is not included in this calculation.

Student Performance

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The top of this section shows the total percentage of lessons passed.
Below the total are circle graphs providing a break-down of below-grade level and on-grade-level lessons the student has passed.

 Recommendations

Students should typically pass a higher number of below-level lessons than on-grade level lessons. The grade-level pass rate should be at least 70%.

Usage Since Last Benchmark

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Provides insight into: 
  • the average weekly time the student has spent using Imagine Math 3+
  • the average number of lessons completed each week
  • the on-grade-level pass rate for your student
since they last completed a Benchmark Test.

 Recommendation

Students should spend at least 60 minutes per week working in Imagine Math and complete at least 2 lessons per week. Students should pass 70% of their on-grade level lessons.

The three data points in this section of the report are colored green if students are meeting or exceeding the recommendation and red if they are not.

Benchmark Detail

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This section helps you analyze student Benchmark Test performance throughout the year. The data points can help you group students according to proficiency.
Column Description
Performance Level

Gives insight into expected student performance on state-level assessments.

Instructional Grade Level

The grade level on which the student is working. This may be higher or lower than the student's rostered grade.

Quantile® Measure An indicator of a student's readiness to learn new math concepts and the difficulty of the math materials they encounter.
Quantile® Growth

The difference in Quantile measures between the student's Benchmark Tests. 

Avg. Weekly Math Time The average time each week the student worked in Imagine Math since the last Benchmark Test.
Avg. Weekly Lessons Completed The average number of lessons the student completed each week since the last Benchmark Test. 
On Grade-level Lesson Pass Rate The student's on-grade-level Lesson Pass Rate since the last Benchmark Test. 
Percentile Rank The student's Quantile® Percentile Rank

Lesson Activity

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The Lesson Activity section gives insight into a student’s progress on lessons for the selected pathway. 

 Note

When students have more than one pathway, changing the pathway at the top of the report changes the data displayed in this section of the report. mceclip1.png


Column Description
Grade Level The lesson's grade level. Optional: Click the Lesson Activity drop-down to filter the Lesson Activity by grade level. 
Pathway symbol Click Show Legend to view a description of the symbol. Additional information is available in the Pathway Symbols article.
Lesson Title Click the lesson title to access the lesson in the Lesson Explorer. You can use the lesson to review or reteach any part of the lesson with individual students, a small group, or your entire group.
Pre-Quiz Score (*Test Out) The percentage the student earned on the Pre-Test. An asterisk indicates that a student tested out of the lesson by scoring 80% or higher on the Pre-Quiz. 
Post-Test Score (*Test Out) The percentage the student earned on the Post-Test. An asterisk indicates that a student tested out of the lesson by scoring 80% or higher on the Pre-Quiz. 
Time on Lesson In hours and minutes, the time the student spent on the lesson.

 Recommendation

If you notice the student has spent less than 20 minutes on a lesson, you can remind them to slow down, use the available Math Helps, or journal their work. 

Date Completed The date the student completed the lesson.
certifIM.png Click the Certificate icon to print a certificate of success for a student after they have successfully passed the lesson.

Watch the video below to learn more about the Student Progress report.